The man who unearthed 200 mass graves in Spain

May 23, 2010
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Miren Gutiérrez interviews Francisco Etxebarria, the forensic scientist who has worked with Spain’s the Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory:

”The three rights of victims are truth, justice and reparations, and these have not been forthcoming” in the case of the roughly 200,000 victims of murder and forced disappearance during the war and the 1939-1975 dictatorship of Gen. Francisco Franco.

More here. (NB: The piece mistakenly dates the adoption of the so-called Law of Historical Memory to 2000. This should be 2007.)

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